Health news: Oxygen therapy beats impotence
Daily Mail Reporter
pick of top health stories this week an oxygen chamber could help prostate cancer patients avoid erectile dysfunction, a computer game that treats lazy eyes and chewing gum could help shorten recovery time for Caesarean section.
Oxygen therapy beats impotence
Treatment: An oxygen chamber could be used to help prostate cancer patients
An oxygen chamber traditionally used by divers could help prostate cancer patients avoid erectile dysfunction.
Many men with the cancer now undergo radical prostatectomy, where the prostate gland is removed. But a common side effect is erectile dysfunction (ED) caused by accidental damage to tissue and nerves during surgery.
This means the tissue in this area doesn’t get enough oxygen,
Read more at: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1208809/Health-news-Oxygen-therapy-beats-impotence.html
You can’t beat beetroot juice for boosting stamina
Fiona Macrae for the Daily Mail
A regular beetroot drink allows you to exercise for longer without tiring
Forget punishing gym workouts and jogging miles uphill.
The key to boosting stamina could be as simple as a glass of beetroot juice.
A daily dose apparently allows us to exercise for longer before tiring.
Just under a pint of beetroot juice a day also lowers blood pressure, boosting heart health.
With some of the benefits even surpassing those gained from the strict training routines followed by professional sportsmen, the researchers admit to being stunned by the results.
And they say that while the earthy tang of the juice might not be to everyone’s taste, it could have a big impact on everyone
Read more at: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1204752/Beetroot-juice-boosts-stamina-lowers-blood-pressure.html